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Have pain on front of neck on drinking cold water. Had strep throat. Could it be GERD?

Every time I drink cold water. The pain start out little and get worst and worst the more cold water I sip on. I get the pain on the front side of my neck. I even get this if I am in the pool. It does not hurt to eat or drink hot thinks. Just cold drinks. I was sick with a Strep throat in Feb which they gave me antibiotic for and EBV (mono) which blood work said last week I am almost over it. The Dr. was say this might be GERD but not sure? I have no of the Gerd sign after look it up.
Asked On : Sat, 23 Mar 2013
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as your doctor diagnosed GERD and you have no sign of the GERD, but for your knowledge many of the patient of GERD may be silent, therefore faith in your doctor and continue the treatment for GERD.


Dr Hariom Sharma
Answered: Wed, 17 Jul 2013
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